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  • News: Judge sides with Apple & RIM against Kodak

    Eastman Kodak's patent claim against Apple and Research In Motion concerning camera-phone image previews is invalid, according to an initial determination by a U.S. International Trade Commission administrative law judge

  • News: Mobile phone hacking - can you stop it?

    Royal phones hacked, the former prime minister demands a police investigation of possible snooping on his mobile messages, the current prime minister’s director of communications resigns, Rupert Murdoch flies in to London for a crisis meeting, and that is just the start.

  • News: Cisco, Verizon enlist in 24-hour IPv6 trial

    Two leading network vendors -- Cisco and Verizon Business -- have enlisted in an upcoming trial-by-fire of IPv6, the long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol called IPv4.

  • News: Digital black market offers cheap botnets for hire

    Botnets for hire to launch your own spam campaign and stolen credit card information sold at the rock bottom price of $2 are just two of the commodities easily found on the cyber-crime black market today, according to a report released this month by Panda Security. The report, which was conducted by PandaLabs researchers who posed as cyber criminals, details a vast criminal network selling stolen bank account information in forums and dedicated online stores.

  • News: DNLA software push for home networks

    The Digital Living Network Alliance's software certification is the spur to new growth in home media networks.

  • News: Microsoft uses karaoke feature on China's Bing Dictionary

    Microsoft has added a karaoke-like feature to its Bing Dictionary in China, which provides English language learners a new way of practicing their pronunciation online.

  • News: Analysis: Why HP changed its board

    Hewlett-Packard reshuffled its board this week, adding some prominent tech and business veterans in what may be an effort to escape its turbulent past and give its CEO, Leo Apotheker, some new help.

  • News: Mozilla to add 'do not track' feature to Firefox

    Mozilla is to add a feature to it Firefox web browser that will allow users to surf the web without being tracked. For the tool to work, however, tracking companies would need to agree to participate and, well, not track the users.

  • News: Sky 'in talks to buy The Cloud'

    Sky is reported to be in talks to purchase The Cloud. The News Corp-owned broadcaster and ISP is said to be in discussions to buy The Cloud, which is a public WiFI network, supplying wireless internet services to more than 22,000 locations throughout Europe.

  • News: nVidia Tegra 2 3D processor details leaked

    nVidia is set to release a 3D processor for use in mobile gadgets featuring a 3D screen, according to reports.

  • News: March UK launch for £30 a month LG Optimus 2x

    Customers keen to get their hands on the LC Optimus 2x smartphone will have wait a little longer, as retail websites that had previously promised availability from February 21 are now promising the handset from March 18.

  • News: Academic: Twitter and Facebook make us less human

    A US academic says that social-networking sites such as Twitter merely give people the illusion that they are able to communicate better.

  • News: Tested: HP's print-by-email service

    HP promises its ePrint service allows you print from anywhere to one of the company's enabled printers by sending the job via email. We test the service with a number of smartphone and webmail services

  • News: Google takes on Groupon with voucher programme

    Google is working with small businesses on a trial of a prepaid offer or voucher programme, a business similar to that of Groupon, a growing company which the internet giant tried to acquire last year.

  • News: Facebook valued at $50bn after new investment

    Facebook has raised US$1.5 billion in its latest funding round, putting its total valuation at $50 billion and leaving no doubt about its swift ascent in recent years to become a major Internet player and challenger to Google.

  • News: Google copied Java in Android, expert says

    An intellectual property expert has uncovered 43 instances where it appears that Google copied Java code without permission in the most recent versions of the Android operating system.

  • News: Zeus Trojan targets online money services

    After a hit-and-run campaign against consumer online bank accounts in 2010, the Zeus Trojan now appears to be aggressively targeting a clutch of second-tier money exchange and payment services.

  • News: 5 open source virtualisation technologies to watch in 2011

    With virtualisation now a mainstream technology for most large businesses, the big players like EMC (VMWare), IBM and Microsoft are investing heavily in proprietary options for running multiple guest operating systems on a single machine.

  • News: Google Android OS upgrades: Who gets them fastest?

    For most smartphone users, Google's Android upgrades are both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, each upgrade opens the door to exciting new features and functions for a phone. On the other hand, the updates don't arrive instantly - and the wait to receive them can often be long and filled with uncertainty or disappointment.

  • News: Pictures: 15 mysteries in Google Street View & Google Earth

    Since Google began mapping the world with Google Earth and Google Street View, an entire pastime - Google mystery hunting and debunking - has cropped up. From unidentified flying objects to people with horse heads, there's no shortage of weird things that have appeared on Google Earth and Street View.



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